A-level results 2014: The Nobel School, Stevenage

Nobel students, left to right, Robert Smith, Maya Sthankiya (Head Girl), Alice Hutchins, Ben Malpass

Nobel students, left to right, Robert Smith, Maya Sthankiya (Head Girl), Alice Hutchins, Ben Malpass, Tom Hayes and Matt Reah (Head Boy) with their results - Credit: Archant

The headteacher of The Nobel School in Stevenage is “absolutely delighted” with student results in his first year at the helm.

Martyn Henson took over in September and under his stewardship the school has increased its overall pass rate at A*-E to 99.6 per cent – up from 98 per cent.

Results were up on last year across the board, with 53% achieving A*-B and 78% A-C.

“We are absolutely delighted with the results of our A-level students this year,” said Mr Henson.

“These outcomes are the result of considerable hard work, commitment and support from students, staff and parents


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“They include some outstanding individual performances, particularly at the highest levels. We are especially pleased with the number of students who have achieved the highest A* and A grades.

“We are delighted that the vast majority of students have been successful in securing places at the universities of their choice. These results are significantly up on last year and underline the recognition from Ofsted that Nobel is now a ‘Good’ school.”

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The head praised Peter Phillips, Matt Reah, Robert Smith, Maya Sthankiya, Thomas Hayes, Alice Hutchins, Jamie Jackson and Ben Malpass all of whom gained a clean sweep of A* and A grades.

He also gave a special mention to Rebecca Tremlett who has gained a place at the Royal Veterinary College to study Veterinary Science.

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